At an NHS Health Check, you'll be given personalised advice that will help you to maintain or improve your health, and lower your risk of developing heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes or kidney disease.
By taking action you'll improve your chance of a longer, healthier life.
You may be considering what to do after your NHS Health Check.
Achieve a healthy weight
A healthy diet and regular physical activity are the key.
Physical activity doesn't have to mean going to the gym. Find out how to include exercise in your daily routine.
Lower your blood pressure
Achieve a healthy blood pressure by changing your diet and levels of physical activity.
Lower your cholesterol
Cut down on saturated fat and get active to lower your cholesterol.
Cut down on alcohol
It's easy to drink more than the recommended amount without realising it.
You're more likely to succeed with free NHS support.
Blood pressure medicines
Ace inhibitors, beta blockers and other medicines can help to lower raised blood pressure.
Statins can help to lower raised cholesterol.
NHS Choices links
The links below will take you to an external website